October’s Communiqué is a stimulating read, beginning with Professor Bob Pease’s new study of Masculinism, global warming and ‘man-made’ disasters. His new book, co-edited by Dr Elaine Enarson, includes a chapter from the GAD Pod! Check it out, along with our action on climate change and the latest from the Climate and Health Alliance.
This month is a bumper issue! The GAD Pod launched the new National Gender and Emergency Guidelines – now also hosted by the UN Prevention Website. And we’re starting new research, funded by Dept. of Premier and Cabinet, on the experiences of LGBTI people in disasters. Keep an eye on our site to participate in the coming weeks. Read these … Read More
In May, the Gender & Disaster Pod presented the report on women leadership in emergency services at MUDRI’s Resilience Forum and partnered with 1800 RESPECT to produce gender and disaster good practice guidelines. The GAD Pod’s partner MUDRI and EMV’s community-based resilience compendium was included in Melbourne’s Resilience Strategy. Read it here.
In April, the GAD Pod went to Darwin to consult with the Recovery Sub Committee (RSC) and the Social Recovery Reference Group (SRRG) regarding the creation of national gender and emergency guidelines and is pleased to be contributing to the UN Sendai Framework Words Into Action document. Read it here.
In March, the GAD Pod was pleased to announce that Victorian Emergency Management Conference this year will include the second Claire Zara Memorial Oration, the final release of Women in Fire and Emergency Leadership Roles report, and our presentation at the Monash Disaster Resilience Initiative Forum. Read it here.
In November, the GAD Pod was featured in the Australian Journal of Emergency Management, alongside an a tribute article to gender and disaster researcher Claire Zara who passed away earlier this year. Also, WHIN were the subject experts to 1800RESPECT’s development of a community service announcement on the gendered risks of disaster. Read more here.
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